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The Pioneer Woman

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Noted food blogger and cookbook author Ree Drummond, known to her fans as "The Pioneer Woman," is a sassy former city slicker who has moved to a ranch in Oklahoma to live with her rancher husband and their children (not to mention her extended family, a menagerie of animals). Drummond makes the jump from print to TV in this series as she invites viewers into her life (and kitchen), sharing her brand of home cooking, from suppers that are thrown together in a hurry to preparing elaborate celebrations.

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Ree Drummond prepares three lunches; beef noodle salad bowls with peanut sauce; a cowboy bento box packed with chicken wings in homemade BBQ sauce, creamy lemon basil potato salad, and apple and celery slaw; kale pasta mason jar salad.
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Ree makes foolproof pizza dough, garlic butter and a no-cook pizza sauce and uses them for her triple pepperoni pizza and her signature pie, Pizza Ree-a; a mashup of Caesar salad and Not Knots; the Naughty Cowgirl cocktail.
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Stuffed pizza crust with arrabiata sauce; orange blueberry muffin tops; a little fruit with my crisp; crispy chicken skins; incredible CLT salad with simple ranch dressing.
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Fried shrimp; curly fries; grilled corn casserole; Mexican chocolate sundaes with cinnamon hot fudge sauce.
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Ree's sister Betsy visits the ranch; frittata; kale citrus salad; mystery rolls; lemon-lime pound cake.
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Ree is making spring favorites to share at her church potluck; glazed pineapple ham slices; primavera pasta salad with lemon and parmesan dressing; caramelized onion dip; lemon poppy seed mini scones; Ree also shares her total pantry makeover.
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Ree Drummond answers wildcard questions from friends, townsfolk and visitors to Pawhuska.
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Ree Drummond is geared up for an action-packed morning of ranching and get-ahead cooking; she stocks the freezer with a Meatball and Polenta Casserole, Everything Bagel Bombs with Everything Bagel Seasoning along with a chicken cordon bleu.
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Mini cauliflower pizzas; herbed chicken Caesar salad pizza; marsala mushroom and goat cheese flatbreads; watermelon pizza that takes sweet pizza to a whole new level.
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Ladd and his father look forward to a slap-up cowboy spread; Ree makes a PW steak rub to sprinkle over breakfast steaks; side dish: breakfast grits with bacon and jalapenos; a pan of Ree's mom's classic apple dumplings.
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Ree Drummond sends a care package to her daughter Alex in college, packed alongside ranch photos for a homesick cure are brownie cookies, homemade cheddar crackers, spicy party mix and crazy chocolate bark.
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Ree Drummond and her husband, Ladd, are celebrating their birthdays with a dinner for two.
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Ree Drummond is preparing for a night of canapes, cocktails and canvasses with a fun painting class at The Merc and she has the fine art of finger food covered.
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Grilled pork tenderloin with baby bok choy; pizza with cauliflower crust and spicy pizza sauce; roasted shrimp with cherry tomatoes; roasted lemon-chile broccoli.
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Breakfast cookies are a perfect jump start on the morning; a bountiful bento box for Paige with Amish baked oatmeal, mini fruit kebabs with blueberry yogurt dip and individual ham casseroles; full-on fun apple granola stackers.
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Fun treats for a late-afternoon picnic, including animal crackers, crunchy cereal chicken fingers, cucumber finger sandwiches, salad on a stick and watermelon mini wedges.
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Ree Drummond opens up in a fun interview about children; an 11-carton cake with a simple trick and vanilla buttercream frosting; a ranch pork chop sheet pan supper; teriyaki shrimp and pineapple parcels; Ravioli a la Bobbi, named after one youngster.
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Ree cooks up dishes that she can serve half now and freeze the rest for another time, including shrimp scampi stuffed shells, nacho cheese casserole, ranch pizza pie and slow cooker drip beef sandwiches.
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It's the tale of three prairie breakfasts as Ree Drummond welcomes the morning at the ranch; savory breakfast kabobs; sweet breakfast kabobs; shortcut doughnut holes; honey yogurt dipping sauce; pancake pockets; egg-in-a-hole sandwich.
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Ree Drummond is making pasta dishes in no time at all. She whips up Steakhouse Pasta with grilled steak, and her Lemon Pasta Pronto is scattered with glorious flecks of pink and green. Then Ree takes a walk on the pasta wild side with red wine in Drunken Spaghetti, and she makes Fried Pasta with farfalle.
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Ree Drummond is sharing 100-percent kid-approved recipes that are all quick and easy to make; Ree makes mini burgers and bite-sized fries for her Waffle Fry Sliders; 4-Cheese Pepperoni Pizzadilla is a combination of two favorites.

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